The memories of Christmas might be fading but many Aussies will still be paying off the credit card six months after the festive season.
How to borrow money from family. To tip or not to tip. How to ask for donations. Money conversations can be uncomfortable. We offer tips for navigating the money minefield.
Financial therapist Brad Klontz believes there are four distinct money types that characterise spending and saving habits. Which one do you identify with?
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you would have heard of the Centrelink debt recovery debacle. If you receive a letter, you must act quickly.
If your debt is unmanageable you may feel like bankruptcy is the only choice. We take a look at your other options and what they mean for you.
If transferring your Christmas credit card balance from an interest rate of 16.89% or higher to 0% sounds appealing then here’s what you need to know.
The number of Australians failing to keep up with their car loans will continue to rise, with those living in mining centres most likely to fall behind on their payments.
Record levels of household debt will leave Australians vulnerable to a global economic downtown, says RBA Governor Dr Philip Lowe.
With the 5% bonus on voluntary HECS-HELP payments of more than $500 to end at the end of the year, should students pay off their university debt?
How can you make a comeback from your bad credit history? We show you five ways to bounce back.